Friday, August 31, 2012

Burger Panggang Station @ Kampung Baru

Our burger addiction rages unabated: checking out Burger Panggang Station at Kampung Baru.

Burger Panggang Station's friendly two-man team operate a street stall for over six hours starting 6 p.m. everyday except Sundays (though timings might vary for this Aidilfitri month). Customers can build their own burgers, matching their choice of patties with toppings.

We're calling this the Red Meat Cheese-osaurus: a lamb patty topped with a beef one, interspersed with three cheeses _ mozzarella, strong cheddar and edam _ for a full-flavored behemoth of a burger.

Here's the Cheeky Chicken: chicken patty and chicken meatloaf with mayonnaise. For Burger Panggang Station's location, see http://www.facebook.com/burgerpanggangstation1.

Finally, the Spicy Rabbit: rabbit patty with a double whammy of cili padi and black pepper sauce, enough to leave us panting for water. BPS' prices are OK: this trio totaled thirty ringgit.

Burger Panggang Station a.k.a. Pileh Grilled Patty,
Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur.
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34 comments:

  1. Loving the Red Meat Cheese-osaurus...lamb n beef with three cheeses...wats not to like...the edam is a unique touch...haha :D

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    1. Ulric: hope you get a chance to check this stall out sometime, either for dinner or supper =)

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  2. Gosh... Street burgers are getting more classy nowadays. I haven't had any ramlee burgers for quite long time! Heck, I had not even tried the famous burger bakar.

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    1. Chong: heh, i guess the current generation of burger sellers have the youthful zeal and enthusiasm to create something different. and it's interesting to recall that burgers have probably been around/popular for only 30 years in malaysia :D

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  3. Sob sob poor rabbit :( I'd probably go for the lamb patty.

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    1. Baby Sumo: ooh, i'm a fan of rabbit meat (especially in italian dishes). and it seems a little healthier than lamb, heh :D

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  4. wow this is awesome la....bookmark...

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    1. Cindy: a nice treat in the city for burger-lovers =)

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  5. love street burgers! but i tend to go for a simple egg one with no patty! :P oh! AND load it up with mayo and chilli sauce!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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    1. Vien: pattyless burgers? wow, i'm not sure i could resist the meat. i like to have at least DOUBLE patties in mine! actually, my burger might look completely different from yours, since i prefer to keep mayo and sauces to a minimum, heh :D

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  6. Soon, there will be a hot dog fever...

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    1. Michelle: i like hot dogs! :D

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  7. so cheap! got queue or not? if no, then i'd better eat here than myburgerlab.. hahaha :P

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    1. Ciki: heh, no terrible queue, i think. maybe a 15-minute wait at the most :D

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  8. Burger with rabbit patty? Not tried that before, but sound good! :)

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    1. CK: the holy rabbit approves of eating rabbit burgers, heheh :D

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  9. This is indeed a sinful feast, but I still, would love to have in during supper time! HAHAHAHHAHA!

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    1. Eunice: heheh, ya, i guess that's why most of these burger stalls operate until past midnight! and there are still lots of customers late at night :D

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  10. Burger Panggang Station, MyBurgerLab, Daily Grind. How would you rate each in relation to the other?

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    1. Footfringe: eeeks, impossible to compare, all catering to a different set of customers wor. burger panggang for the street food crowd, myburgerlab for hipsters and daily grind more upscale :D

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  11. Photo nO.3!! Can beat Big Mac!!! :-D

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    1. Melissa: heheh, it's a chunky, meaty burger indeed! but ronald mcdonald won't be too happy to hear that :D

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  12. It's that time of early evening when looking at your burger pics is making my tummy groan. Must find dinner soon. ;-)

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    1. The Yum List: i hope you had a meal that kept the burger cravings at bay! :D

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  13. i'm going to check out the rabbit meat too...and i can imagine the hubster's disgusted look:P

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    1. Missyblurkit: heheh, rabbits are cute, but they're a great ingredient for food too! :D

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    1. Yoga: it's great to sink our teeth into :D

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  15. Looks like gourmet burgers nowadays is the trend to go. I'll usually eat the patties and fries and just leave the bread. Too much carbo! hehe

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    1. Eiling; heh, yeah, frankly I'm not a fan the bread in burger buns either. Myburgerlab in seapark offers an option where the patties can be wrapped in lettuce leaves instead of buns :D

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  16. I have you to thank for the amazing dining experiences I've had. This is next on my hit list! *big ol' fat hugs

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    1. Barry: thanks for taking the time to mention it. much appreciated :D

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    2. Since ur a malaccan kan, have you ever found a place in KL that sells that awesome Fried Kuay Teow with manis? That's always on my list every time I head to Malacca, along with the wan tan mee and satay celup (not to mention a fiesta in the Settlement lol).

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    3. Barry: nope, i haven't found that in KL, but if i ever do, i'll definitely be writing about it, heh. it's been a very long time, definitely years, since i've been back in malacca for more than a day trip :D

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